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12 things to do in Michigan in June 2023

Kids are getting out of school, boats are filling our waterways, blue skies are becoming a common occurrence again. Let’s get out there and enjoy the summer we’ve been waiting for, starting with our 12 things to do in Michigan in June 2023. June 2-4 Grand Prix – Detroit If you never had the chance to experience the engine roar of a Grand Prix through the

By |May 31st, 2023|

What you need to know to enjoy Detroit’s Grand Prix Weekend

While the roar of engines could be heard faintly on Woodward when cars made the circle on Belle Isle, it’s been three decades since the sound echoed between the skyscrapers of the city. This year, Grand Prix racing returns to the downtown streets June 2-4. Here’s what you need to know to enjoy Detroit’s Grand Prix weekend. Races Lots of activities will be going on during

By |May 31st, 2023|

Condiments every griller should have on hand

Michiganders wait all winter for the opportunity to fire up the grill again and enjoy hot dogs, burgers, chicken, ribs, steaks, fish, and just about anything else we can think of. Any of those items can be fine on their own, but the right enhancements can really take your backyard barbecue from an ordinary meal to an extraordinary feast. These are some condiments every griller should

By |May 31st, 2023|

Melrose Township Becomes Michigan’s 5th Monarch City USA

Earlier this month, Melrose Township (Walloon Lake) was named a Monarch City USA – just the fifth such community in Michigan and the fourth in northern Michigan. It joined Highland, Boyne City, Kalkaska and Elk Rapids. These communities pledge to provide environments and native areas for pollinator plants to grow wild, thus feeding and protecting monarchs and other butterflies, bees, birds and such. According to the

By |May 31st, 2023|

The blind date that built an empire

Consumers in all 50 states and 18 international markets know the convenience of Little Caesar’s Hot-n-Ready pizzas. I personally can make a meal out of their Crazy Bread. It was quite interesting to me to find out that this famed chain all started with a blind date. Mike Ilitch was born in 1929, in Detroit, to Macedonian immigrants Sotir and Sultana. Sotir was a tool and

By |May 1st, 2023|

12 things to do in Michigan in May 2023

Kids and their teachers are ready to leave school, cherry blossoms are popping, and boats are starting to hit the lakes, so summer is right around the corner. Get an early start on your fun in the sun with our 12 things to do in Michigan in May 2023. May 6-14 Tulip Time – Holland Any time is a good time to visit Holland, but of course Tulip

By |May 1st, 2023|
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